Global Travel Channel Podcast - Visit Zimbabwe

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I was delighted to join Mark Philpot of the Global Travel Channel Podcast for a second time to talk about why Zimbabwe should be on everyone's bucket list as a holiday destination.

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Amazing Zimbabwe Woman Dot Bekker takes the time to personalise a trip for you to her beautiful country. We start at the majestic Victoria Falls, and then move onto one of Africa’s best Game Parks at Hwange National Park.

After that a side trips are possible to Mlibezi or Binga on Lake Kariba, ferry across to Kariba town, Mana Pools and then to Harare. If you choose Plan B then you head from Hwange to Bulawayo, on to the amazing Matobo Hills and National Park, the Khami Ruins then on to Great Zimbabwe where the country got its name from.

Insights to accommodation, train trips, food and culture are bonus inclusions in this episode. You will be booking a trip to Zimbabwe that is for sure after you listen to Dots passionate tones.

You can connect with Dot for any questions or enquires at https://www.facebook.com/
goinghometoafrica/

Please also check out Dots remarkable 20’000km solo overland adventure from Spain to Zimbabwe right here https://www.goinghometoafrica.com/

 

 

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About Dot

Dot is Zimbabwean born and raised and having lived in Europe for almost 20 years she is on a quest to drive home through Africa.

As a woman, almost 60, many people think she is embarking on a fool's quest ... read more about Dot or subscribe to her Blog for more details.

 

Contribute to the Journey

This journey could not have been done without the kind and generous support of so many, see a page of those who contributed through the website.  Their support made this great adventure possible.

 

Kusasa Scholarship Fund

Alongside my journey I've decided to raise funds for scholarships for girl's education in Zimbabwe, find out more about that here, to contribute to the Scholarship Fund please do so here.